The BS6 Access 125 gets a few added features like an external fuel filling cap. Performance remains a strong point, being quicker than the Activa 125. Good overall quality levels too. Scroll down for more...
About Suzuki Access 125
The Suzuki Access 125 made its debut in 2007 and is considered as one of the models that introduced performance and excitement to the 125cc scooter space. Since its debut, the gearless scooter has received major updates to stay relevant to the market. It has withstood the test of time and remains the preferred choice of many due to its contemporary design and robust performance.
In 2020, a highly revamped version of the Access 125 was introduced and it soon became popular among the youth for its strong power delivery and smooth performance. This revamped version of the Access 125 has also been carried on into 2021 and features all the latest technology that one expects from a scooter of this segment.
Today, the Suzuki Access 125 remains one of the best scooters for sale in the Indian market due to its sheer ability to deliver smooth performance. The vehicle has also been updated to meet the BSVI emission requirements and comes with features that provide better fuel efficiency. Due to the aforementioned characteristics and features, the Suzuki Access 125 is a strong contender in the 125cc segment and goes up against the likes of Honda Activa 125 and the Hero Maestro Edge 125. The Access 125 is offered at a price of Rs.72,600 - Rs.78,000 (ex-showroom) as of September 2021.
Suzuki Access 125 Specifications
|Bore x Stroke||52.5 mm*57.4 mm|
|Cooling type||Air Cooled|
|No of Cylinders||1|
|Engine Type||4- Stroke, 1-Cylinder, Air Cooled|
|Max Power||8.7ps @ 6750 rpm|
|Max Torque||10.2 Nm @ 5000rpm|
|No of valves per cylinder||2|
|Clutch Type||Not Required|
|Number of Gears||Not applicable|
|Transmission Sub Type||Auto|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||5 Litres|
|Seat Height||773 mm|
|Unladden/Kerb Weight||103 Kg|
|ABS - Anti-lock braking system||No|
|Traction Control System||No|
|Frame Type||Bone Type|
|Front Disc/Drum Size||120 mm|
|Rear Disc/Drum Size||120 mm|
|Engine Kill Switch||No|
|Handle Type||Single bar|
|Seat Style||Single Seat|
|Start Type||Electric Start|
|Console Type||Analogue and Digital|
|Distance to Empty Indicator||No|
|MID (Multi Info Display)||No|
|Side Stand Indicator||No|
Pros and Cons of Suzuki Access 125
|Things We Like||Things We Don't Like|
|Excellent ride quality||The instrument cluster appears to be outdated.|
|In the city, it is simple to ride.||Features such as the engine idle start-stop technology are missing.|
|Known for its high mileage|
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